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Adventures from the Technology Underground: Catapults, Pulsejets, Rail Guns, Flamethrowers, Tesla Coils, Air Cannons, and the Garage Warriors Who Love Them


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The technology underground is a thriving, humming, and often literally scintillating subculture of amateur inventors and scientific envelope-pushers who dream up, design, and build machines that whoosh, rumble, fly-and occasionally hurl pumpkins across enormous distances. In the process they astonish us with what is possible when human imagination and ingenuity meet nature's forces and materials. William Gurstelle spent two years exploring the most fascinating outposts of this world of wonders: meeting and talking to the men and women who care far more for the laws of physics than they do for mundane matters like government regulations and their own personal safety. Adventures from the Technology Underground is Gurstelle's lively and weirdly compelling report of his travels. In these pages we meet Frank Kosdon and others who draw the scrutiny of the FAA, ATF, and other federal agencies in their pursuit of high-power amateur rocketry, which they demonstrate to impressive-and sometimes explosive-effect at the annual LDRS gathering held in various remote and unpopulated areas (a necessary consideration since that acronym stands for Large Dangerous Rocket Ships). Here also are the underground technologists who turn up at the Burning Man festival in the Nevada high desert, including Lucy Hosking, "the engineer from Hell" and the creator of Satan's Calliope, aka the World's Loudest Thing, a pipe organ made from jet engines. Also at Burning Man is Austin "Dr. MegaVolt" Richard, who braves the arcing, sputtering, six-digit voltages of a giant Tesla coil in his protective metal suit. Add in a trip to see medieval-style catapults, air cannons, and supersized slingshots in action at the World Championship Punkin Chunkin competition in Sussex County, Delaware, and forays to the postapocalyptic enclaves of the flamethrower builders and the future-noir pits of the fighting robots, and you have

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Kapitel: Tim Henman, Charlotte Dod, Fred Perry, Jeremy Bates, Herbert Roper Barrett, Ann Haydon-Jones, Queenie Allen, Charlotte Cooper, William Renshaw, Dorothea Douglass, Reginald Doherty, Hugh Doherty, Phyllis King, Ernest Renshaw, Jo Durie, Albert Davis Prebble, Edith Hannam, Maud Watson, Arthur Gore, Angela Mortimer, Shirley Bloomer, Virginia Wade, Kathleen Mckane Godfree, Charles Dixon, Spencer Gore, Herman David, Arthur Norris, Tom Pettitt, Josiah Ritchie, Herbert Lawford, Frank Hadow, Kay Stammers, Helen Aitchison, Ethel Thomson Larcombe, John Hartley, Wilfred Baddeley, Christine Truman, Dora Boothby, Gordon Lowe, Agnes Tuckey, Blanche Bingley, Henry Austin, George Hillyard, Dorothy Round, Betty Nuthall, Randolph Lycett, Sue Barker, Herbert Baddeley, Colin Gregory, Muriel Robb, Margaret Scriven, Hope Crisp. Aus Wikipedia. Nicht dargestellt. Auszug: Timothy Henry "Tim" Henman OBE (born 6 September 1974) is a British retired professional tennis player and former British Number One. Henman played a serve-and-volley style of tennis that suited the grass courts of Wimbledon. He was the first player from the United Kingdom since Roger Taylor in the 1970s to reach the semi-finals of the Wimbledon Men's Singles Championship. Having reached six Grand Slam semi-finals, won 15 career ATP titles (11 in singles and 4 in doubles), and been ranked number 4 in the world, Henman was one of Britain's most successful open era male tennis players. He retired after helping Great Britain defeat Croatia in a Davis Cup match played in September 2007. Tim Henman comes from a privileged sporting family: his father Tony, a solicitor, was accomplished at various sports, including tennis and squash. His mother Jane, a dress designer, played Junior Wimbledon and introduced Tim and his older brothers Michael and Richard to tennis as soon as they could walk on the family's vast grass court. His great grandfather played at Wimbledon. His maternal

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